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Univision
Oct 4, 2012 11:35pm PDT
corresponsales. >> la policía de los angeles prepara una nueva política para la gravedad de las imputaciones en inmigración el jefe de inmigración dijo que los inmigrantes arrestados por delitos menores no serán entregados a inmigración. >>l as acusaciones de abusos en el sistema más grande penitenciario del país han llegafddo a las cortes, después de perder el movimientoe en las piernas por un maltrato.e >> esta se reventó sola. >> las cicatrices para salvarle las piernas, después de sufrir lo que califica "una verdadera tortura" >> fue obligado hacer sentadlas, cumplía una sentencia de 16 meses. >> y se quedó ahí viendo, dandole a saber al señor lara que si no cumple con eso le va a ir mal. >> no podía caminar. >> los medicos descubrieron que la presión en sus piernas era 50 veces más grande del normal. >> me dijo que me tenían que operar y tenia el riesgo de que me cortaran las piernas o perder mi vida. >> se suman a decenas de acusaciones en el sistema de carceles de los angeles. >> a penas este martes el jefe del alguacil aceptó recomendaciones de reforma,
Univision
Oct 4, 2012 6:00pm PDT
trabajar para una nueva versión de l acta del a confianza. >>> la policía de los Ángeles anunció que solo entregará a inmigración a los inmigrantes indocumentados que tengan antecedentes penales y que hayan cometido delitos graves, osvaldo borraez con la información. >>> nosotros no vamos a aceptar las órdenes de detención de ice para todos los crímenes, en una revelación histórica el jefe del departamento de policía de los Ángeles reveló estos detalles, horas después de hacer el anuncio y en exclusiva en su oficina, el jefe se sentó con nosotros para discutir ese tema. >>> dice, crímenes violentos, crímenes serios, donde el involucraod es un pandillero, pero no vamos a hacerlo para las personas que tengan infracciones, su departamento arresta a unas 100 mil personas, donde se pide registrar el estatus de 3400, casos menores erna de vendedores sin permiso o conducir sin licencia. >>> esta gente no hace esto porque son criminales, sino por las circunstancias es en las que vivene, el jefe quiere buscar una solución para el problema. >>> dice que el departamento de policía n
CBS
Oct 5, 2012 4:00am EDT
rouge, brooklyn, chicago, dallas, houston, los angeles and miami. the charges involve allege treatment and services that were eater medically unnecessary or in some cases never actually provided. the u.s. attorney general says the fraud amounts to nearly $430 million in false billings. >> the total includes over $to 30 million in home health care fraud, more than $100 million in mental health care fraud and approximately $49 million in ambulancing transportation fraud. >> reporter: prosecutors say alpha ambulance in los angeles is responsible for the whopping transportation fraud, four top people in the company were arrested. >> can someone there speak to us about the four that were arrested from your business? >> i have no idea. >> reporter: according to the indictment two of the defendants instructed employees here at alpha ambulance to document a reason for runs even if one did not exist. >> medicare and medicaid fraud not only robs taxpayers, it also jeopardizes the future of the program that more than 100 million americans depend on every day. >> reporter: the government
FOX
Oct 5, 2012 6:00am PDT
medications were shipped to facilities in los angeles and mendocino counties. 35 people in six states have contracted fungal meningitis. five of them have died. >>> a man's rabies death has health officials searching for three dozen people that had contact with him. he contracted the disease from a bat in contra costa county. claudine wong is in martinez this morning covering the search for the potential victims. >> reporter: they have a press conference a little later this morning in martinez to talk about everyone this man might have come in contact with. this is the first rabies related death in the first 20 years. they have spent the last few months trying to track down everyone he night might have come in contact with. this sam cdc report -- this is a cdc report that just came out. it does center here in california. this is where they believe the man got infected. what they are saying the 34- year-old man died from the disease on july 31st but he worked abroad in another country. he had traveled quite extensively when he was infected. they believe he got infected in march
Univision
Oct 5, 2012 7:00am PDT
california declaran el dia del mole en los Ángeles >>que rico! >>despierta américa esta hoy en su mero mole< qué delicia, en su mero mole también venezuela en dos dias los venezolanos van a las urnas a decidir quien estará a cargo del país en los próximos años, también les quiero decir que se han disparado los precios en la gasolina >>usted no puede moverse de su silla, tenemos gran taco de ojo, maite perroni estará en el programa >>no, señor, no vaya a trabajar. >>no, no ,no >>señora, señor si está disfrutando un café mañanero, mande su fotito para poderla compartir y se haga famoso. >>y tenemos que celebrar ,sobre todo los amantes del cine, james arrolladora bond celebra 50 años de la saga >>yo la disfruto >>satcha podría ser una chicabond >fácilmente >>podría intentarlo, pero no creo que se me dé lo que si puedo adelantarlees que venezuela se apresta para las elecciones, hugo chávez enfrentará la amenaza más seria el domingo de un henrique capriles que casi lo iguala en carisma, pero lo supera en juventud. >>el último reto para hugo chávez fue llenar la emble
Univision
Oct 5, 2012 5:00pm EDT
sin darle tiempo para cumplir la orden. >>> el departamento de policía de los Ángeles dijo que entregará a, perdón, que no entregará a las autoridades a quienes violen pequeñas leyes. >>> blanca fue arrestada por vender paletas sin permiso, los agentes la llevarn a la cárcel y después fue llevada a deportación. >>> todavía estoy trabajando, pero con miedo. >>>ppor eso ella celebra el anuncio del jefe del departamento de policía charlie beck que dijo que su departamento dejará de entregar a personas indocumentados que violen pequeñas leyes como ella. >>> qué bien que la policía por andar vendiendo paletas las manden a deportación. >>> en parte, porque inmigración trata injustamente a inmigrantes que cometen infracciones menores. >>> casos criminales contra personas que han cometido crímenes muy serios esas personas sí van a ser expuestas a deportaciones porque no queremos a personas que hayan cometido robos, asaltos. >>> una multa no creo que es tanto, en comparación que lo deporten a uno. >>> inmigración dijo que ice sigue comprometida con las agencias locale
Univision
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm PDT
el fin de semana . >>> tenemos a daniela ganosa desde los Ángeles. >>> hola. >>> hola, muchas gracias. >>> gracias a ti, adelante. >>> bueno, esta semana estrena la esperada cinta animada de tim burton que nos ha traído películas como the night before christmas y vuelve liam neeson en su papel de agente retirado de la cia ♪. >>> frank and ... es la historia de un niño y su inseparable perrito, después de la muerte de su perrito, el pequeño tratará revivir su mascota, después su logro también puede ser algo monstruoso. >>> la gran mayoría de tus películas tiene 3 elementos, terror, pavor, comedia y dulzura, cómo haces para mezclarlos en armonía. >>> creo que muchas veces me siento atraído a cosas que mezclan emociones, porque de eso se trata la vida misma, todo este proyecto tiene que ver con mi niñez con un perrito, también hay temas más profundos como lidiar con la muerte. >>> cómo sacas del baúl un proyecto del 84 y ahora lo pones como película en el 2012. >>> tuve la oportunidad de hacerlo como cortometraje con actores, pero muchas memorias se acumularon y conf
FOX
Oct 5, 2012 5:00am PDT
strict pollution. while prices here in the bay area are high it's even higher in los angeles with some stations have actually passed the $5 mark. a few of the station owners have actually shut down the pumps rather than charging the higher price to break even. reporting live in san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in election news this morning republican presidential nominee mitt romney is talking about his controversial comments on the 47%. >> i was completely wrong. and i believe however that my life has shown that i care about it 100%. >> video surfaced of romney showing nearly half of americans americans are victims depending on the government. the obama campaign is regrouping following wednesday's debate in denver. some democrats say they are surprised that president obama didn't bring up mitt romney's 47% comment. the campaign said the president was focusing on the moderators questions. both are waiting for the latest jobs report. they will release september numbers in less than 30 minutes nod. coming up at 5:15 we will take you to our washington, d.c. bureau with
WHUT
Oct 5, 2012 7:00am EDT
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CBS
Oct 5, 2012 4:30am EDT
, houston, los angeles, and miami. the charges involve alleged treatment and services which were either not needed or in some cases never even provided. the u.s. attorney general says the fraud amounts to nearly $430 million in false billings. >> the total includes over $230 million in home health care fraud. more than $100 million in mental health care fraud. and approximately $49 million in ambulance transportation fraud. >> prosecutors say alpha ambulance in los angeles is responsible for the transportation fraud. four top people in the company were arrested because of this. two defendants allegedly instructed employees to document a reason for runs even if one didn't exist. under new penalties some defendants could face up to 20 to 50 years in prison. >>> a film dramatizing the death of osama bin laden will debut next month on "national geographic" channel. its debut timed to come just two days before the presidential election. s.e.a.l. team 6 the raid on osama bin laden is from the weinstein company and voltage films. the co-chairman harvey weinstein is a prominent fundraiser for t
Univision
Oct 4, 2012 6:30pm PDT
actividades, así llegamos al final de esta edición hasta solo a las 11 donde hay más información, hasta pronto es jueves 4 de octubre del 2012, estos son los titulares: encuestas dan a mitt romney como el claro ganador del primer debate presidencial. >>> en méxico hombres fuertemente armados asesinaron a un hijo de un importante político del pri. >>> a 3 días de las elecciones, el presidente de venezuela, hugo chávez cierra su campaña y henrique capriles radonski también. >>> maría antonieta collins fue víctima de hackers y dice qué puede hacer para no ser víctima usted también, comenzamos ♪. >>> este es su noticiero univisión con jorge ramos y maría elena salinas >>> hola, ¿qué tal?, muy buenas noches, el debate presidencial de anoche era crucial, especialmente para el candidato republicano mitt romney que por la mayor parte del año ha estado detrás del presidente barack obama, a juzgar de comentarios de analistas y medios, mitt romney logró sobresalir, pero si eso se reflejará en las encuestas, aún está por verse >>> energizado por el debate presidencial de anoche un optimista mitt romney hizo una visita sorpresa en una reunión en colorado, y les dijo que si ganan el estado recuperarán la casa blanca, una encuesta cde votantes hecha por cnn indica que el 67% lo ve como el ganador, el 25% solo piensa que el presidente barack obama fue el ganador. >>> ojalÁ que el próximo sale mejor, pero anoche mitt romney ganó. >>> muchos vieron a mitt romney inspirado y a un presidente barack obama que no atacó, por qué no lo hizo. >>> el cínico en mí ha pensado que tal vez le pusieron esto como estrategia, pero no pudo haber sido planeado que saliera tan mal como ayer. >>> el presidente barack obama criticó las respuestas de mitt romney en el debate. >>> diciendo que después de prometer 5 trillones en recortes de impuestos por un año, anoche cambió su opinión. >>> en una conferencia telefónica con la prensa la campaña del presidente barack obama dice que hará ajustes para el próximo debate, también el presidente tiene muchos deseos de volvder a debatir con mitt romney, el próximo encuentro será en nueva york en dos semanas. >>> el presidente barack obama y mitt romney hicieron diversas afirmaciones y lanzaron estadísticas pero los expertos dicen que no todas son verdaderas, lourdes meluzá nos cuenta. >>> en su primer mano a mano, ambos candidatos incluyeron datos falsos, estos son algunos. >>> el plan económico del gobernador exige 5 millones de millones de recortes en impuestos, falso. >>>e s mucho más difícil decirle a una persona cara a cara algo que es verdad. >>> mitt romney planea recortar 20% los impuestos para todos, reduciendo los ingresos en 480 mil millones de dólares al año. >>> no dijo la verdad al no decir que propone reducciones para los millonarios. >>> hay 12,5 millones de desempleados, mitt romney añadió a 8 millones de personas con trabajo a tiempo parcial. >>> propuse una reducción del déficit de 4 millones de millones de dólares y usar el presupuesto de las guerras parcialmente falso, incluyó lo que se financió con préstamos. >>> mitt romney dijo que el presidente duplicó el déficit, falso a medias, porque el presidente barack obama heredó un déficit, no lo duplicó,pero tampoco lo ha reducido. >>> el presidente se equivocó al decir que las polizas han subido lentamente, eso es falso. >>> en realidad, la junta solo recomeinda ahorros y tiene prohibido bajar la atención médica o los beneficios, en washington, lourdes meluzá, univisión. >>> en los 90 minutos que duró el debate presidencial se logró una cifra record en twitter de 10,3 millones, superando la cifra de 9,3 millones de la convención nacional demócrata, el momento de mayor cantidad de tuits fue a las 9:53 de la noche . >>>e n méxico, autoridades federales confirmaron que las armas usaddas en una masacre corresponden a la operación rápido y furioso, la revelación es dos días después que univisión diera a conocer un programa especial sobre la operación rápido y furioso >>> josé eduardo moreira, hijo del gobernador de coahuila habló ayer horas antes que lo dieran como desaparecido y poco después como víctima de asesinato, tenemos la información de cómo es calificado el crimen de más alto nivel en años. >>> la violencia de coahuila alcanzó al hijo del exgobernador del estado, la víctima es sobrino del actual mandatario, que pidió la llegada de agentes y soldados para detener a los asesinos. >>> no se descartan hipótesis. >>> la clase política del pri está de luto a dos meses de que enrique peña nieto tome el poder. >>> el presidente de méxico felipe calderón pidió una investigación eficaz. >>> que permita llevar a los autores del hecho tan cobarde ante la justicia. >>> a josé eduardo le habrían dado el tiro de gracia, que en el día de hoy se publicó la información de la gran cantidad e armas que llegan a méxico, la muerte de josé eduardo es el asesinato de más alto perfil en coahuila en muchos años. >>> de una banda que quiere dominar un territorio >>> hace dos semanas en coahuila 131 reos escaparon de la cárcel, se dice que sicarios de los zetas los sacaron. >>> todos los días méxico despierta con noticias como esta ,de muchos jóvenes que son asesinados. >>> del crimen de josé eduardo moreira muy poco se sabe, las autoridades están herméticas, ayer le joven se reportó como desaparecido, en la ciudad de méxico, edgar muñoz, univisión. >>> doce policías federales arrestados en méxico por el ataque contra dos agentes de la cia, esperarán que se les presenten cargos, los cargos podrían implicar delitos penales y negligencia extrema. >>>pes momento de nuestra primera pausa y al regresar ,a 72 horas de las elecciones en venezuela, el candidato henrique capriles radonski cierra su campaña. >>> mientras que partidarios del presidente de venezuela, hugo chávez abarrotaron las calles. >>> más adelante, maría antonieta collins nos cuenta cómo y ♪. >>> para venezuela, el candidato opositor henrique capriles radonski, cerró su campaña, sus seguidores llenaron la avenida 5 de julio, henrique capriles radonski recordó las promesas incumplidas para ese estado. >>> faltando 3 días para las elecciones presidenciales, el ambiente se caldea en venezuela ante la posibilidad que el presidente de venezuela, hugo chávez pierda ante henrique capriles radonski, algunos expertos dicen que esto disparó las alarmas entre los chavistas. >>> cierre de campaña en caracas ♪. >>> la emblemática avenida bolívar de caracas se llenó de rojos, el reto, fue llenarla como lo hizo henrique capriles radonski. >>> los gritos se diluían entre bebidas alcohólicas, comida gratis, hasta que llegó a nosotros este joven, cuya identidad protegemos, dice que está indignado a marchar para cuidar su trabajo . >>> la empresa prepara listas, en las cuales revisan la participación de las personas, aquí hay tarimas y te verifican si has asistido. >>> le tocó escuchar, al igual que sus compañeros, el último discurso de campaña. >>> es la vida del pueblo lo que está en juego, el futuro lo que está en juego. >>> para algunos expertos, chávez ha hecho llamados expresos a la violencia, donde se aprovecha del miedo, el riesgo mayor es que sus radicales se plieguen a su llamado si pierde la presidencia. >>> son grupos que tienen tiempo operando y son una amenaza en caso de cambio político. >>> actuarán contundemente ante cualquier foco de violencia, venga de donde venga y que pedimos, le pedimos que nadie tenga cartas ocultas. >>> pero para algunos no es las fuerzas armadas las que amenazan la paz, sino las milicias, que trabajarán con los militares. >>> la milicia es un brazo de las fuerzas armadas, así que la milicia no debería participar más allá de la logístia. >>> el comando de henrique capriles radonski dicen que esperan que se pueda actuar sobre estas acciones. >>> especialistas en opinión pública dicen que venezuela vivirá el 7 de octubre una elección crítica, donde se debería decidir por dos modelos de país, la jornada del domingo, será tensa por el riesgo probable que el enfrentamiento pase de las urnas a las calles >>> precisamente mañana viajaré a caracas donde transmitiremos la cobertura especial de las elecciones presidenciales en venezuela. >>> para mañana es el juicio de ángel ... en cuba, es el hombre que conducía el auto del accidente donde falleció osvaldo payá, la justicia pide 7 años de prisión para carromero. >>> son 5 las muertes en estados unidos por un brote en meningitis, el centro nacional para el control de las enfermedades dijo que hasta el momento se han comprobado 25 casos en 3 estados >>> 91 personas, entre ellos médicos, enfermeras y otros profesionales fueron arrestados y acusados de fraude contra el medicare, el fiscal general eric holder dijo que un solo doctor escribió 30 mil recetas médicas. >>> ahora es momento de pasar con enrique acevedo para el adelanto de esta noche. >>> en la edición nocturna, tenemos las fotos de los arrestados por el atentado contra el oficial nicholas ivei, también la policía de los Ángeles anunció como política oficial que no reportará a los servicios de inmigración y aduanas a inmigrantes indocumentados que hayan sido detenidos, siempre y cuando se trate de delitos menores. >>> momento de nuestra última pausa, y al regresar miguel cabrera pasa a la historia en el béisbol de las grandes ligas. >>> y maría antonieta collins fue despertar, si usted vende alimentos informalmente en la calle, ya se anotó una victoria porque tendrá menos restricciones.además, conozca más sobre la hipnoterapia y cómo podría ayudarle a su salud. ♪. >>> el deporte de latinoamérica cubrió de gloria anoche cuando miguel cabrera logró la triple corona en el béisbol, esto data desde hace 45 años la última vez, cuando un jugador de los medias rojas de boston lograra este hito >>> sensacional. >>> ahora hay más de 300 detenciones de seguridad en el transporte, blanca rosa vilchez desde nueva york con la información. >>> la noticia sorprendió a quienes no lo sabían, pero reafirmó las sospechas de los pasajeros que han sido víctimas de robo. >>> perdí mi teléfono. >>> daniela perdió su iphone, al pasar revisión, dice que cuando se quejó nadie le hizo caso. >>> 381 empleados han sido despedidos por robar a los pasjs pasajeros en los últimos años >>> a este otro que fue a buscar a su casa, seguido por la alerta del ipad robado, el agente le echó la culpa a la esposa. >>> hay que teer más backgrounds checks. >>>e l senador charles schulman propuso dejar gps en objetos de agentes encubiertos, la agencia tomará la medida respectiva, y dice que los deespidos son solamente el 1% de los empleados. >>> tambiÉn se pide que los agentes sean sometidos a revisiones para comprobar que no se han llevado a casa algo ajeno. >>> bueno, los piratas cibernéticos están por todas partes, abusan de correos electrónicos, páginas sociales, entre ellos, una de las víctimas ha sido maría antonieta collins que nos cuenta su propia experiencia. >>> pocas veces un reportero puede hacer una historia en primera persona, y esta es una de ella. >>> llevo 16 años de proveedor, esta es una historia. >>>l a llamada de muchas personas que me han dicho que estaba en londres sin dinero . >>> se aprovechan de la amistad y ciertamente son muy buenos. >>> una secuencia de correos, anunciabajo que mi correo había sido violado. >>e> s muy fácil enviar un power point y ese power point viene infectado. >>> pero los piratas también están al acecho en hoteles, aeropuertos, sitios públicos. >>>e s ahí donde nos cogen elusername, el password. >>> expertos de univisión siguieron el rastro, grande fue la sorpresa al hallarlos en lagos, capital de nigeria. >>> hay muchos más lugares en el mundo, donde todavía nuestro gobierno las leyes, la civilización no puede hacer responsables a esta gente. >>> en california, en alabama, en arizona, fueron parte de las víctimas, después enviaron más correos a contactos míos, en cuestión de horas, proveyó mi supuesta dirección en londres. >>> el dinero lo envían a países desarrollados. >>p> rotegerse requiere de varios pasos, como cambiar las claves. >>> los expertos recomiendan eliminar correo electrónicos gratis, crear correos por los que se pague ,y filtrar el spam. >>> creo que aprendemos que tienes muchos contactos, para empezar. >>> uno se siente violado. >>> sabes que alguien te está observando y te da miedo. >>> qué recomiendan los expertos. >>> me dicen cambie su password y mándenos una petición porque de seiscientos contactos me quedan solo seis. >>> muchas gracias. >>> gracias por contarlo. >>> maría antonieta collins. >>> así llegamos al final de esta edición, mañana de nuevo el noticiero univisión desde caracas venezuela. >>> buenas noches, hasta pronto. >>> ahora está usted bien informado, noticiero
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm PDT
confronted one another, he does not believe either abortion or gay marriage. >> and there are "los angeles times" says recent graduates found cal campus a hostile place for jewish students saying a protest last february was one of several events that stoked hate speech. the spokesman says this is constitutionally protected speech. >> mitt romney is hoping his strong per fompl yens can put momentum on his side and a gallup poll shows the president in a four point lead no, nation wide poll has been done yet but several instant polls give romney a win by more than a 2-1 margin. both hit the campaign trail today. president obama spent the day in colorado and wisconsin and will be coming back next week for another fund-raiser. and tickets start at $100 going as high as $7500s. >> a national campaign passed through the bay area today this is is orered to inform voters and calls itself patriot majority usa, targeting billionaire contributors. they want to rally opposition to cal proposition 32. >> we like to advocate and support measures helping get funding back into education. but these people don't b
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 5:30pm EDT
its side. in los angeles gas hit $5.69. at the independently owned low p station, gas was nearly $6. their profit is down to 10 cents a gallon. >> we have no choice. we can take it all down and have no gas or charge that. >> reporter: with prices, they're expected to rise. those on fixed incomes worry. >> i don't know how everyone can make this these days. >> reporter: the only good news, the extreme price shocks in california might be unique. it's suffering from the lowest inventory in 10 years and other problems. >> we've had six consecutive weeks of setting prices. the national average is $3.69. >> reporter: with prices continuing to rise, what may seem like high prices today could be a bargain tomorrow. >>> it is the silver lining on the cooler days of fall but getting that cup of starbucks pumpkin spice latte may be harder. some stores have been rinning -- running out of the syrup used to make. this starbucks said there's no nationwide crisis and if stores are having a pumpkin emergency, they can place an extra order. >>> the first debate is over. now it's time for the great de
PBS
Oct 5, 2012 1:00am PDT
to los angeles. >> this is something i think we see at a variety of levels. we see it among people who are health care professionals who take oaths to provide care and do no harm, and in fact they are doing great harm. we are going after people, whatever their positions, whatever their levels, to make sure we hold them accountable. >> gary can trell is the deputy inspector general for investigation at health and human services with us from our washington, d.c. bureau. how sophisticated were these schemes that the government alleged today? >> today's schemes involved the gamut from straight up fraud to very sophisticated schemes involving sometimes the provision of services that are simply masked as legitimate services. and sometimes billed at rates that are higher than the services that were delivered. and in many cases not necessary services. so that the schemes run the gamut across the country this time. >> 430 million dollars in all, what hopes are there to recover any of that money? >> well, we certainly are taking steps to recover that money. in many cases we issued payment su
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 2:35am EDT
los angeles, hundreds of federal agents strike together to send one clear message to crooks. >> health care fraud has never been a worse proposition than it is today. you are more likely to get caught if you do make a fraudulent claim. and when you do, you will pay a bigger price. >> one extreme case, federal officials say a doctor in dallas often signed stacks of documents without any review in a scheme to bring in as much money as fast as he could. mark greenblat, new york. >> the way it would work. doctors would give kickbacks to patients, bill medicare for the kickbacks. how they were collecting money here. you hear all the presidential contenders from, this election, and way back, talk about scouring the budget, getting rid of fraud. here you go. it's still going on. costing all of us. >> you feel so vulnerable when you have gone into a hospital, you got this outlandish crazy bill, hear about something like this, it boils my blood when i hear about it. >> it does, so rampant and brazen. >> absolutely. >> arrogance of thinking they won't get caught. some one won't say wa
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 2:35am EDT
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FOX
Oct 4, 2012 10:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Oct 5, 2012 5:00pm EDT
big fear right now. in los angeles, there's already areas that are running down like a costco. we even had a costco here in town without gas as well. there is major concern of getting gas to us. everyone is wondering when is this going to end? may be up to the governor to start that winter pricing. that may lower the price but that won't happen anytime soon. send it back to you. melissa: maybe they switch over to winter blend earlier and that would free up supply. sounds insane. rick, thank you for that report. >> yeah. melissa: we may be feeling pain at the point but it has to be tough to run a fuel distribution business with all this volatile. scott cain is vice president of west hills fuels incorporated. he joins me now on the phone, scott, you have got a pretty big problem on your hands. is it getting worse? >> yeah. it is pure insanity the last few days. three or four-days ago gasoline was 70 cents a gallon cheaper than it is today. and the ironic thing is, that it's anticipated to drop 50 cents tonight. so you've got this huge volatility swins in pricing going on. and it is
WETA
Oct 5, 2012 12:30am EDT
>> roe:ng fundi for charlie rose hasbeenun provided by the coca-up c, somnyup stporting this program since 2002. and american express. additional funding provided by these funders. and by bloomberg, a provider of multimediwspa ne dul tidia news and information services worldwide. be more, pbs. tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with actor turned travel writer andrew mccarthy. the former star is out with a book detailing his travels around the globe the text is called "the longest way home." in his role at editor at large for national geographic traveler, we are glad you have joined us. >> there is a saying that dr. king had said, there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: please welcome andrew mccarthy to this program. he is now an award winning travel writer that serves as an editor at large for national geographic travel. the his critically acclaimed book is called "along the way home." nice to have you on this program. i assume that you must be tackled at the reception this book is receiving. >> it is also a huge relief because it is a complicated thing. it is a relief when it is received in a nice way so that it can stand and rise and fall on its own as opposed to some weird baggage it gets from being my history. tavis: yeah, yeah. were their doubts or trepidation about putting a buck out where travel is that the epicenter of that? and it is about your life. any fear about being so transparent? gosh no, that is the short answer. the book turned out more personal than i thought it would be when i began, but i did not want to write a travel book perce. travel was the form i have been writing about for the last 10 years, a platform that i understood. i use travel to seoul dilemmas and answer questions that i have in life. i have questions i needed answered and i traveled. i traveled with this bill lamm of that i had. it was an internal thing that plays out in 3 d, kilimanjaro and the amazon. it had to be personal if it was going to be anything, otherwise it is just random travel. tavis: that the question you were trying to answer was? gosh i had been gauged for a number of years and i found myself unable, at a certain way, to get married. i thought i suffered from that i love you, i have got to go syndrome. the paradox of really wanting to be here and part of the yearning to be on my own. reconciling, i think, the need for community, commitment, intimacy, and the need for solitude. it is a problem i have wrestled with and there was no precedent for it. tavis: this conversation will get me in trouble and i was reluctant to even have it with you because it brings up personal drama. >> he realized a lot of people have this issue. this whole notion that we should be together all the time or we are not is crazy. and so i find it a very common ailment and i suppose in days long ago, men would be gone for a long time and come back. my wife -- we have us, and that i can have me. we express the same thing from polar opposites. tavis: how would you explain -- i ask this again, i was joking ago about the fact that my personal life came to me when i got a chance to read your book. i had the most difficult time as a single man. i have never found success trying to explain to a girlfriend literally, why is that i need time alone to travel. if i get a couple weeks off from the tv show, you are expected to spend the time with your girlfriend because they don't see you enough as it is. but to explain i have three weeks off, spending a weekend with you and we could have to be bought myself to think and have some solitude. that is the most difficult things for guys to explain to companions, sometimes. >> how did i sell that at home? i think my wife has her own vital life, so she has been waiting for me, for us to have a i my own life. i come back a better person for having been off and doing my thing. she wants that person. it is not particularly an issue. what i come back, she says, what are you doing here? men travel for work all the time. i am travelling to write magazine articles. i'm going to exotic places, but i think it is the natural rhythm of her relationship. >> but you were not traveling just for your job. it was laid bare and the book that for you, there is a need to be alone. traveling by yourself, it allows you to find answers and allows you to -- again, i am coming back to this because a lot of guys are watching and feel the same way. that private solitude is needed to be with oneself. i would never question a girlfriend doing that, take a couple weeks. >> you have to find another tavis:: -- another woman. tavis: enough said. so how did traveling on your own, getting out bear help you find the answer to your question? >> ha travel for me started as a young actor, i went to many places and i would get in the car and go to a location. and then i took a trip by what king along to spain. 500 miles across the north of spain and i read a book about it wants. i said, i am going to do that. i had never backpack or height. but i wanted to do that. i found myself walking across spain and i was miserable. i had one of those moments in where people talk about where i had a breakdown, a tin drum in the middle of a field where i was on my knees sobbing and screaming, this is horrible and not fair. why am i not appreciated. it was a real transformative moment for me. i had a sudden awareness sitting there sobbing that fear which had dominated my life up until that point in the way that i was never aware of existing until that moment, it's suddenly was lifted from me. i suddenly had much more space around me and in myself because i was relieved of this fear. i started traveling and i wanted more of that feeling. through traveling, i grew up. i was doing all these movies and so there was this kind of thing that happens. it allows me to separate from that and have my on experience. tavis: what were you afraid of? >> i have had a real struggle level live with ambivalence. i wanted success but i would pull away from that. i wanted to be intimate with you but yet, i have got to go. it was a constant push and pull of the two. i found out that that internal struggle is exhausting in you can't really make substantial progress. but i found myself fearful of people, of success, fear becomes a habit. fear masquerades as many things. it masquerades as common sense, exhaustion, anything. i am afraid of flying. it helped me to dissolve that, to a large degree. to where i was not going to be ruled by a and i became very aware of it. that is one of my big sell boxes. america is an amazing country and the think america is a very fearful place and we make many decisions based on fear, particularly political decisions. we make them on fear without proper information. if americans travel, they would see the world differently. travel is fatal to bigotry and narrow mindedness. the guy with the towel around his head is not trying to kill them, probably. if we travel, the world is safer. disagree witht you, citing in the statistics of how the overwhelming number of americans do not even of a passport. 70% of us do not of a passport. >> and half of those have used them. tavis: my question for you, why is it that we don't? arrogance, hubris, and narcissism? nationalism? why don't we travel the world more? >> what is arrogant but fear turned on its head and bravado? i think it is a fearful thing. we have everything in america, you can go to the grand canyon, why go anywhere else? the reason to travel as because of people and cultures, so i think it is fear and people really railing against me what i say this. it is money. people will defend and to fight until their fear is flawed. i don't think it is money. i show them by spend less money on the road that i do at home. one of the biggest and best sellers right now is called the kindness of strangers, a guy that traveled around without a penny. i think americans stay home. tavis: how did your travel ultimately in form, and pack your acting? or your development as an actor? >> helped me as a person. anything that helps develop you can get out of yourself as a person is going to help your acting. it helped me grow up in that way, and it helps me have more compassion and more curiosity. as an actor, you are interested in detail at the behavior of things. i do a lot of directing out, so it is interesting. acting is a veryct sjeubive point of view. as a director, you are interested in telling the whole thing from a bird's eye point of view. the writing is a combination of the two. they all kind of see each other. and it has given me a different creative outlet so i am not dependent on that. i feel i have to be creative every day to find myself, to locate myself. it doesn't have to be particularly good, does have to be in a state of creation. acting gives you a chance to do that and riding i can do myself and place myself much easier. tavis: i want to read this passage, but i want to come right back to the point you're making now about this freedom that you have found by not having to be tied. i was talking about how your travel influence your acting at the found this passage fascinating in your book. i've got this fascinating. i have often wondered why certain acting jobs come my way when they do. what is the lesson to be learned aside from the obvious challenge of the work. why cast as a little or when i am getting a divorce or why by castanet comedy what i'm going through rough patches? >> i love that. i love that my life constantly reflected my work. i am grateful that i have jobs that are seen within my life. it is not something i totally divorced from the y m. i am grateful i'm a part of my work and it is part of me and influencing things about myself. but that is fascinating to me. i am grateful i don't just have to do sprockets 100 times. i would go insane. i can imagine there is a certain freedom of that, too. it is always at work or at play, that is how i'll always live and feel comfortable. tavis: i have always believed in my own life that freedom is really about honda right to choose. so much of what happens is not about your right to choose but being chosen by somebody else, for the role, for the opportunity. how has this freedom to choose, to choose to act, right, travel, to direct. how has that freedom enhanced my work, not yours. >> i resent people having power over me in any regard. it was a chance for me to take myself back. i came to writing fairly late in life. so when i found it, it was a big relief in because i am also a fairly solitary person. it was something i could just do. and i didn't need you to bounce it off of. suddenly i wrote it and it exists. it has given me a sense of power in the good way, not power of assertion, but power of self possession. that ultimately makes me more generous and a better version of myself. the way i can open to you. if i need this acting job, a much more closed off to you. acting was the first time i found out where i would connect to something else tried to communicate that connection. that is always what i am sort of laughter. the paradox for me is that i am such a loner, and ultimately what i am after is connection with you. and then, of course, i want to flee. it is a constant struggle in life for balance. you go in one direction and i go another, if that makes any sense. tavis: i guess this does not surprise me given that nothing in hollywood surprises me, but it was fascinating about the way you were sold to us. you were part of a brat pack. not as a loner or college every individual which you now confessed to being. do you look back on those years, and what do you make? were we sold a false bill of goods as far as you're concerned? >> it was certainly an odd thing. in reality, nothing like that ever existed but it doesn't matter because it became a very is a piece saying he, and it is attached. i could land on mars and it will say andrew brat pack mccarthy land on mars. ballot has become the psychotic and friendly saying that whereas when it started, it was a very pejorative term. the last thing you want as an actor is to be locked had left out anything like that is limiting. i hated it when i was young and i ran from it, but you cannot run something like that. those movies now, i look at them. they pop up in the interviews as pieces and a look at them and myself, and i think, the acting is not that great in some of them, but there is a certain look in my eye that is so full that youthful thrill of we are right here, it is so great. i have a certain feeling that is very evident to me and i see it now from this distance. that a whole group of movies and actors, it was interesting because at that time, they were not well-respected films. less than zero did not make any money. it was terribly reviewed at st. almost fire, water views said it is an imitation of the show, a day late and a dollar short. none of these movies were well- regarded films, and now have taken on a certain stature. i think they did because this was the mid '80s when vcr had just sort of come into people's homes and a powerful way. people were renting movies, kids, instead of once or twice, you could make it watched 10 times are 15 times. it defined their youth and so i think it was a shock to everybody that they became so iconic. tavis: you say that you see in your eye as a youthful something. the eyes of the window to the soul, so when you look back yourself, were you what happy? you're running from success and intimidated by it, but were happy? >> not at all. was a thrill.at ias whr success, ied for didn't really know how to handle it and negotiate it. there was no sort of career planning going on with me. a movie about a medic in, and now i will do what about drug addict. i was frightened by it, because i did not feel i would be able to -- a lot was being heaped on me that i did not know was appropriate or valid or who i was. it was a peculiar time. but it defined became as a man. lately, when people ask me about it, i thought it would be interesting to have a parallel live to see how different i am because of that. and so it was an interesting thing. that probably helped propel me to travel more. and that has been a good day in. but it also gave me away in the world. i have no idea what i would have done if i had not become a successful actor very young. i got kicked out of college, i wasn't interested in school. just some feeling that i wanted to do something. tavis: how was the national geographic were coming? >> great. it is interesting because that magazine, that brand is so respected. it is wonderful for me because when i was starting to do is, you work for national geographic? it was instant respect. the guy from petty and paint -- in pink thinks he's a travel writer? it helped me spread out and do what i wanted to do. but i could tell stories, which is what i brought. tavis: how did you become such a good storyteller? >> i have been telling stories my whole life as an actor. i have seen so much bad dialogue, i know good dialogue. i just know, that is how i lived. my whole life has been storytelling in one form or another. my kids can't sit still at the dinner table. tell us the story. i like stories. forever in the world, that is how people communicate. tavis: he is a great storyteller whether he is acting, directing, or writing a book. it is called "along his way home." everybody is talking about it. the acclaim on this and what is beyond critical and you might want to add to your collection, written by andrew mccarthy. congratulations on the block. that is our show for tonight. i will see a next time on pbs. until then, keep the faith. >> for more information on today's show, visit tavis smiley at pbs.org. tavis: hi, i'm tavis smiley. join me next time for a conversation with rock star -- rap star t.i. that is next time, see you then. >> there is a saying that dr. king had said, there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> be more. pbs. >> be more. pbs.
CBS
Oct 5, 2012 7:00am EDT
of this morning's headlines. a "los angeles times" says convicted killer described as charles manson's right-hand man has been approved for parole. bruce davis was not there when the hanson family was murdered and sharon tate died but convicted of killing two men at the ranch where manson and his followers lived. governor jerry brown will decide if davis will be released. >> "the washington post" reports on new secret service policies. excessive drinking has been prohibited so has sharing work related information on social media. five months ago more than a dozen secret service employees were accused of drunken partying. >> "usa today" says 10% of all workers work from home. census figures show an extra 4.2 million workers telecommuting at least one day a week. people who work only at home earn more than people who work outside the home. >> the "wall street journal" has a halloween horror story. starbucks stores have been running out of the pumpkin sauce for their popular pumpkin spies latte. customers get upset when their store runs out. starbucks blames the shortages on infr
PBS
Oct 5, 2012 2:30pm PDT
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with actor turned travel writer andrew mccarthy. the former star is out with a book detailing his travels around the globe the text is called "the longest way home." in his role at editor at large for national geographic traveler, we are glad you have joined us. >> there is a saying that dr. king had said, there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: please welcome andrew mccarthy to this program. he is now an award winning travel writer that serves as an editor at large for national geographic travel. the his critically acclaimed book is called "along the way home." nice to have you on this program. i assume that you must be tackled at the reception t
CBS
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. now we're closing in on $4.45. if it's any relief, we are seeing the highest price in the los angeles area, the highest average price in california history $4.61 back in 2008. we make it easy for you to find the cheapest gas in your neighborhood. go to cbssf.com/gas. enter your zip code and get the best local prices. >>> the traffic is going to be gridlocked this weekend. the one thing you should do before you head out on the roads. >> it is rush hour over the bay area as a strong onshore flow is bringing in that marine layer once again. guess what it's going to get stronger as we head toward the weekend. so many events going on. what's the weather looking like? there is a chance of rain in the extended forecast. let you know when coming up. >> patients treating back pain now at risk for meningitis. the tainted steroid that's made its way to california. and the symptoms of this rare fungal meningitis. ,,,,,, ra >>> tonight investigators are warning hundreds if not thousands of patients could be at risk for a rare meningitis infection. the culprit, a tainted steroid drug often
CNBC
Oct 5, 2012 5:00pm EDT
middle of the range here. so we would guess 40s or better. >> mike out in los angeles, you're doing a little research, boots on the ground. what are you seeing on gas prices and what's your take? >> well, the gas prices obviously have been spiking here. it's amazing. you go to bed one night and come out the next day and drive past a gas station and you're going to see prices up 15 cents a gallon overnight. it's pretty staggering. pretty much that's because there's a couple issues. chevron had a fire and exxon on had a fire in torrance, california. that's put a lot of pressure on the gasoline markets here. that sets up very well for those that can like va lalero. they do about up to 300,000 barrels day. this is really a great tail wind for them. i actually did a little back of the napkin. i think this added $600,000 a day based on 275 barrels day. the other thing is this company is really cheap. it's trading at 7 1/2 times on the earnings. but i don't tell people to buy stocks that are up 60%. so we're going to have to look for a better way to do it. >> all right. so mike obviously is
NBC
Oct 5, 2012 4:00am PDT
for this time of year. >> if you're watching us on nbc 4 in los angeles california, from pythons to geckos, even scorpions see over 60 species of amphibians at the lair. >>> all right, bill. thanks so much. and now for some entertainment news. despite negative reviews, liam neeson's kidnapping thriller "taken 2" is expected to take the number one spot with around $44 million. tim burton's stop motion animation "frankenweenie" has had strong reviews and is expected to open with around $17 million and the musical comedy "pitch perfect" could open to the tune of around $16.5 million. >>> well, on "the view" barbara walters said mariah carey told her by phone that she's beefed up security after fellow "american idol" judge nicki minaj was overheard saying if she had a gun she would shoot her. minaj denies the story. >> i wonder if this is true and actually happening. >> you were skeptical. >>> daryl hannah was arrested in texas thursday while protesting the production of an oil pipeline. >>> and finally, just because we can't get enough of him, south korean rapper psy decided to take th
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. and at costco in los angeles tonight people line up to buy gas before prices go even higher. good evening. >> if your station hasn't hit 5 dollars a galietta likely just a matter of days. triple a reports the average police oakland writ now is 4.34 a gallon leaping 9 cents from just yesterday. it's 4.43 in san francisco. 4.38 in san jose up 8 cents overnight. lisa is live for news san jose tonight. lisa? >> at this chevron in san jose the praise for regular gas changed twice today. at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon that sign said 4.23 and at 4:00 o'clock wept up 46 cents. no words are required to feel the driver pain. gas at this station in san bruno is over 5 dollars a gallon. >> 5.19. my god i can't count that high for 89 not even premium. >> last time this bad in california was 2008. and this spike is supposed to be even worse. the reason? gasoline shortage. due to pipeline outage and closure in southern california and the chevron refinery fire in richmond in august. whole sale praise up 1 dollar means the price at the pump is shooting up too. >> 170 dollars for 35 gallon. >>rep
NBC
Oct 4, 2012 5:30pm PDT
stations ran out of gas including a costco near los angeles. some station owners say they're thinking of shutting down completely. they say it's too difficult to sell at these prices. >> kristen dahlgren in southern california. thanks. >>> and late news about u.s. border patrol agent killed earlier this week along the arizona/mexico border. nbc's mark potter is in sierra vista, arizona tonight where agent nicholas ivy lived with his family. good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, brian. federal investigators tell nbc news that based on evidence they've found so far, they are looking into whether this shooting may have been a friendly fire incident. agents shooting at each other. agent nicholas ivy of the border control was shot and killed early tuesday morning while responding to desert sensors that track illegal movement across the border. two other agents were with him. one was wounded. they had reported being fired upon earlier. about five miles north of the border near naco, arizona. officials blamed the shootings on armed criminals and mexican authorities say they have ma
CBS
Oct 5, 2012 7:00am PDT
to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. los angeles times says a convicted killer described as charles manson's right-hand man has been approved for parole. bruce davis was not there when the manson family was murdered and sharon tate died but was convicted of killing two men at the ranch where the followers lived. >>> the washington post reporhe on secret service policies excessive drinking has been prohibited so has sharing work-related information on social media. more than a dozen secret service employees were accused of drunken partying in colombia before a presidential visit. >>> "usa today" says census show workers telecommuting at least one day a week. people who work one day at home are this national weather report sponsored by sponsored by >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by olay. challenge what's possible. >>> feathers are flying after mitt romney says he'll cut a public television icon out of the federal budget. >> thank goodness somebody is finally getting tough on big bird. >> one mention of big bird at the debate
FOX
Oct 5, 2012 7:00am PDT
department confirms the steroid medications were shipped to medical facilities in los angeles, talair ri and -- 3 people in six states came down with fungal meningitis and five died. >> i haven't be safely giving end epidural steroid injections for 22 years. >> the symptoms include a slurred speech, trouble walking, fever, nausea and severe headache. >>> american is blamed for a shooting at a hotel. police say an american man grabbed a hotel security guard's gun and began firing in to a crowded dining room. he killed a kitchen worker before police shot him dead. police say the gunman had been working at the hotel as part of a work study program that brings jews to israel. he identified only as a 23 year old man from new york, the shooting happened in the red sea resort city, packed with people now on holiday. >>> intense search in the lake tahoe area for an inmate who escaped hours before he was due in prison. he was granted a 3-hour release to take care of personal business before he was transferred from jail to prison. he asked to be driven to a hospital in south lake tahoe and he took off
FOX
Oct 5, 2012 12:00pm PDT
los angeles have shut down pumps rather than charging higher prices so they could break even. reporting live from san jose,. >> thank you for that report. you can track the latest gas prices on our website and click on the business tab at the top and scroll down to consumer news. new job figures were released. analysts say they are much better than expected according to the labor department. u.s. economy generated 114,000 new jobs in september, job less rate is 7.8%, down 3/10 of a percent from august and lowest since january ever 2009. a separate report shows 873,000 people reported finding new jobs last month. >>> election news, jobs report is the main topic on the campaign trail. drop in unemployment puts rate at its lowest level since president obama took office. the president said declining jobless rate is a sign "we are moving forward again." he says it is evidence that the economic policies are working. >> today's news certainly is not an excuse to try to talk down the economy to score a few political points. it's a reminder that this country has come too far to turn b
FOX
Oct 5, 2012 4:30am PDT
jump 36-cents in a week. the highest prices are in the los angeles area where some stations are charging as much as $5.69 war gallon. drivers are paying as much as $4.60 in san francisco. $4.54 in san jose. >>> 4:36 is the time. sal, i know when i see the ending number to fill up my car. you know when it's up. >> i know when it's up. it's gone occupy $0.30 in the last two days. i'm walking. >> i'm riding my beach cruiser. >> there you go. good morning, everybody. let's take a look at the commute. traffic is moving along pretty well. i know you can't walk many times so let's take a look at the roads. 80 westbound that looks pretty good. if you drive early if you want to save on gas, don't do any idling in slow traffic. right now is a good time to be on the road. westbound 80 looks good. also the morning commute looks good at the bay bridge toll plaza. you've been hearing us say all week really how it's going to be quite a weekend in san francisco so if you are taking your car into the city, a word to the wise it will be tough, it's going to be crowded all weekend long. we will be
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 1:40am PDT
getting they gave great performances. >> officially opens? >> october 12, in new york and los angeles. and will expand nationwide after that. >> thank you for being here. go check it out. a good one. we'll be back. we'll be back. um, hello. these ugly stains are ruining my good looks and style. and good luck using that cleaner. excuse me, miss ? he's right. those are tough hard water stains, and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, 85% of us have hard water and many don't even know it. you need lime-a-way. lime-a-way is specially formulated to conquer hard water stains. it's 4 times more effective at removing lime scale than the leading bathroom cleaner. see the lime-a-way difference or your money back. ♪ ha-ha-ha-ha-ha >>> some say president obama's performance in wednesday night's debates were no laughing matter, but there are some men who would disagree with that. >> they are esteemed pundits of political humor, icons of late night laughter and a lack now at what they had to say. >> he just told the moderator who works at pbs, i'm going to throw your ass out on the street, old m
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 1:05am PDT
los angeles tonight people line up to buy gas before prices go even higher. good evening. >> if your station hasn't hit 5 dollars a galietta likely just a matter of days. triple a reports the average police oakland writ now is 4.34 a gallon leaping 9 cents from just yesterday. it's 4.43 in san francisco. 4.38 in san jose up 8 cents overnight. lisa is live for news san jose tonight. lisa? >> at this chevron in san jose the praise for regular gas changed twice today. at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon that sign said 4.23 and at 4:00 o'clock wept up 46 cents. no words are required to feel the driver pain. gas at this station in san bruno is over 5 dollars a gallon. >> 5.19. my god i can't count that high for 89 not even premium. >> last time this bad in california was 2008. and this spike is supposed to be even worse. the reason? gasoline shortage. due to pipeline outage and closure in southern california and the chevron refinery fire in richmond in august. whole sale praise up 1 dollar means the price at the pump is shooting up too. >> 170 dollars for 35 gallon. >>reporter: in south
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 5:00am EDT
southern california are stunned by rising gas prices. >> in los angeles county the average price for a gallon of regular is $4.35. the price jumped 9 cents earlier this week. some gas stations have much higher prices. >> i've never seen $5.99 four a gallon. . that is credit is a terrible week for gas prices, the worst ever in october that i can remember. >> prices are exceptionally high in california because of a supply problem due to -- unique to that state. >> fortunately, d.c. drivers are not shelling out quite as much as the folks in california. >> the national averages $3.78 for regular. in d.c., $3.90. $3.71 in maryland and $3.61 in virginia. >> still not exactly a bargain. >> it 5:41, 60 degrees. >> and actress tackling a different role off screen been shopping so s smart, cash back with your freedom card getting cash back on what? close shave and haircut fan for the ceiling. you're gonna cool off that hoooounddd! tonight you gotta get your cash back, on new slacks. use freedom on lunchith jack. everybody get! everybody get! get your cash back. chase freedom. >> here's what's
SFGTV2
Oct 5, 2012 3:00am PDT
national public radio's morning edition. he has written noert "new york times", the los angeles times and several magazines. his work has won the spirit of the west award as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out in this landscape. when you walk down into the bottom of the narrow canyons made of sandstone and you put your hands on the sand stone faces and the smooth shallow scallops that look like champagne glasses, you can feel the shape of the last flood that came through. every place in the desert is a story. every place is a passage way. it's really hard to walk very far in the desert for me because there are so many stories that start opening up and lead you from place to place a
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 4:00pm PDT
. >> not the whole thing. >> and taking a look at weather it's going to be a pleasant day. 67 in los angeles there is a lovely asaturday starting with mainly sunny skies into afternoon hours, there is a nice mild temperature range. there is a lot going on here partly cloudy skies, mainly sunny skies gearing up for the display of the blue angels into afternoon starting at 1:00 gearing up for races at 4:00 p.m. sunny skies, mild conditions, temperatures into evening hours we'll see partly cloudy skies and there is playoff baseball at ask t park there are giants take on reds. and there is partly cloudy skies, temperatures dropping from low 60s to upper 50s so this looks like great conditions for baseball and there is a great weekend. going to be wild and there is earlier you mentioned, take public transportation. >> partly cloudy means partly clear. >> and thank you. >> if you're a baseball fan we want to see your post season pride, e mail giants and a fan photos to you report at kgotv.com. we'll be showing them on the air and look how cute she is. >> and just ahead of cracking down on
SFGTV
Oct 4, 2012 9:30pm PDT
at the los angeles county metropolitan transportation authority in the board office where metro r which is their third sales tax that provides transportation revenue for transit projects and they're looking to accelerate those projects currently with a new bond measure this upcoming year. i worked with a lot of the directors that compiled a lot of those different projects. and my first transportation job was actually as a high cooler at muni in the service planning department. so, i have a lot of transportation expertise. i work with student government on city college of san francisco and i also just have an immense desire to see a lot more transportation improvements in the balboa park corridor. i have a great relationship with john avalos, supervisor avalos and i continue to work with trustee issues. that is the bulk of where a lot of riders are. we need a light rail [speaker not understood]. the second highest
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 5:30pm PDT
the beat. ♪ love me do >> reporter: david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> their grandparents' music? oh, no. thank you for watching. we're always here at abcnews.com. "nightline" later. i'll see you again tomorrow night. good night. >>> tonight a changing of the guard in the catholic church. he's touched off dissenter autos in sacramento, nearly a million rural residents are getting a $150 a year bill for fire services. a new losses says that is illegal. >> an unusual homicide investigation tonight. the neighborhood dispute that led to the arrest of a 65-year-old man for the murder of his best friend. >> and abc 7 news coverage gets results and the reunion of a girl and her stolen puppy. >> here are the people who protested the installation today of the new archbishop for san francisco. a man opposing same-sex marriage. good evening, everyone, i'm carolyn johnson. >> his controversial stance on that issue made him a hero to some, and a villain to others. the 56-year-old was installed today as the new archbishop. and we're live with the ceremony, and the controversial. >>
FOX News
Oct 5, 2012 5:00am EDT
cities including new york, chicago, los angeles and miami. holder says one doctor in dallas allegedly was behind over $100 million worth of false bills. 91 people were charged in medicaid fraud case last year. >> they say it has nothing to do with politics. >> analysts have on several occasions recognized the men who appears freed. >> it is osama bin laden. >> we are talking about a really controversial movie about osama bin laden and the raid. this will air on television two-days before the presidential election. the national geographic channel will air seal team 6. it is being distributed the weinstein company co-chair man harvey weinstein. he's a big supporter of president obama. the channel says the air date was picked to help promote the start of the fall season but not everybody is buying that. president obama has been criticized for politicizing that raid. >>> what do you do when many americans still aren't sold on obama care? if you are the department of health and human services, you spend millions more on tax payer money to promote it. hhs signed a $3 million deal with weath
KICU
Oct 4, 2012 11:30pm PDT
meningitis outbreak. the alameda health department told ktvu the medicine was shipped to facilities in los angeles, and mendocino county. so far there are no reports of any indenses. the tainted steroids injections came from a massachusetts pharmaceutical firm and are used to treat back pain. >>> a little girl has a story to tell after she was reunited with her little puppy. the 5 -month-old puppy went missing during a burglary on monday and marisa offered all of the money in her piggy bank. a woman in merced contacted the family and said she found the puppy. >> not just that the puppy is back and my daughter is happy again. but it's just that the community helped. >> reporter: real says she found the puppy in a target parking lot she said she thought it was a stray so she brought him home. in the end marisa didn't have to empty the piggy bank because others recognized de real's good deed and offered her a reward. >>> seemed to suggest the is st the dow industrials rose 80 points, the nasdaq rose 15. >>> starbucks is testing a variety of baked goods before extending nationally. among the t
Current
Oct 4, 2012 8:00pm PDT
generalities about it instead of saying i want to build a super train that goes from los angeles to california. >> eliot: tim, who would have thought that barack obama, we could say he doesn't have the vision thing. we think he's so smart and he is. we think he does have vision and i think he does. but he has not presented it. he has never articulated his conception of what government is for, except, as you say, beyond the -- when it came to government -- he built it, infrastructure is the high-speed rail that no one thinks will get done in our lifetime. doug this is what bothers me. he did not lay the foundation for this anywhere along the past three and a half years. it is easy for mitt rom -- romney to mock it. >> the thing about the $90 billion, the president should have pushed back on that. many of the green energy funds that were made -- that were allocated through the recovery act were very successful and that's been a very successful program. there is a great book out there called the new new deal that looks at the recovery act. i wish the president had pushed back harder there. what h
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